Greatest Hits

Warner Bros.
Release date
18 Nov 2003
Running length
16 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Under the Bridge 4:24 1,349,008
2 Give It Away 4:42 768,047
3 Californication 5:21 1,439,017
4 Scar Tissue 3:37 1,256,664
5 Soul to Squeeze 4:49 431,486
6 Otherside 4:15 1,242,721
7 Suck My Kiss (Amended Album Version) 3:35 3,751
8 By the Way 3:36 1,084,310
9 Parallel Universe 4:30 749,349
10 Breaking the Girl 4:55 539,024
11 My Friends 4:02 438,695
12 Higher Ground 3:20 495,195
13 Universally Speaking 4:18 567,359
14 Road Trippin' 3:25 661,715
15 Fortune Faded 3:21 328,357
16 Save the Population 4:05 209,418

About this album

While their first compilation album What Hits!? encompasses material from their 1984 debut to 1989’s Mother’s Milk, this collection of songs takes off from that point, including material from their 1991 album Blood Sugar Sex Magik up through their 2002 album By the Way. It was during this period of their career that the band became a major commercial force in the music industry. Therefore this compilation includes the majority of hit singles released since their breakthrough cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” (also included on What Hits!?). “Higher Ground” from Mother’s Milk, an album released by EMI Records, is included on this compilation through contractual negotiations: when the band switched from EMI to Warner Bros., both record companies agreed that one song from their contract was allowed to be included on the other company’s compilation.] On What Hits!?, EMI chose to include the song “Under the Bridge” from Blood Sugar Sex Magik.

Sixteen songs were recorded for this compilation, however only two were included. The two that made the cut were the singles “Fortune Faded” and “Save the Population”, which was released as a non-radio CD single in Japan and Spain. “Fortune Faded” itself was a rerecording of a By The Way outtake that had been performed at some concerts in 2001.

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